With over three decades of distinguished leadership in both the private and public sectors, Mark Rosenker is a stalwart of transportation safety. He served as Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), widely recognized as one of the world's premier accident investigation agencies. During his tenure, Rosenker presided over inquiries into of some of the most devastating transportation events in recent history: the 2007 collapse of the I-35W bridge in Minneapolis; the cargo ship accident that nearly destroyed the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and the midair collision of two emergency medical helicopters in Flagstaff, Arizona, both in 2008; and the crash of a regional airliner near Buffalo, New York, in February 2009.
Today Rosenker serves as Member of the Board of Directors of the Sequa Corporation. Sequa Corporation is a diversified industrial company with operations in the aerospace, metal coatings and automotive industries. Sequa is a Carlyle Group Portfolio Company. Called the “Master of Disaster,” he is currently the transportation and safety analyst for CBS news and radio. Prior to this, he was a contributor to NBC News, appearing on programs like TODAY, Nightly News with Brian Williams, and MSNBC. He is also President of the Transportation Safety Group LLC, a specialized consulting company. A sought-after speaker for organizations worldwide, Rosenker engages and enlightens audiences with his unparalleled expertise, astute insight and sparkling wit and style.